Following the outrageous public breakup she had with Jesse Csincsak, The Bachelorette‘s DeAnna Pappas has gotten herself involved in another commitment. She has signed on to be the co-host of Lifetime’s Get Married series, which will premiere on January 5 next year. In an ironic twist of fate, she gave up her own wedding to help out brides-to-be plan their own blissful day.
Perhaps she isn’t tired of being called an attention-seeker yet, as DeAnna Pappas just keeps holding on to those 15 minutes of fame. She has blogged about the end of her relationship with Jesse on the Get Married website, as well as discussed her new TV job.
“Every weekday morning I will be bringing you the latest in wedding planning tips and trends,” Pappas wrote. “From my personal love experiences and sharing the ups and downs of love with my friends, I have become a go-to girl among my girlfriends who have become beautiful brides themselves. While I am a brides’ best friend, I am also in search of love and look forward to the day that I become a bride to a very charming Mr. JUST RIGHT!”
“I am here to help you through your planning process. I love all that goes into wedding planning and the idea of helping brides all over the country with the stress, ideas and fun and happiness along with way is just great! “
Alongside DeAnna Pappas on Get Married is Colin Cowie, renowned lifestyle guru and party planner to celebrities. With Pappas ready to move on, there’s no telling what will happen on her new series. As for Jesse, she had this to say: “Although at the time [of Jesse’s proposal], I believed that would be my happily ever after, unfortunately we have since gone our separate ways but still remain very good friends. He is a wonderful man and will make some woman very happy one day.”
Other than that, DeAnna Pappas sounds like she’s never giving up. “I still have big dreams. I still love the idea of falling in love. I’m still open to finding my one special guy.”
-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: ETOnline.com, GetMarried.com
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